I had been using my Raspberry Pi as a desktop computer, and I wanted to reset it so that I could use it for a project, so I moved my personal files to a newer computer, and formatted the sd card, before installing NOOBS on it again. I was a bit concerned that my sd card was showing up as two drives, but seeing as drive F:\ (named "RECOVERY") was showing up as an sd card to my computer, while drive G:\ had the same thumbnail as my flash drive has when I plug it in to a usb port, and the files in drive F:\ looked a lot like those in the .zip of NOOBS lite that I had downloaded for re-install, I decided to format drive F:\ using the official SD Card Formatter. It seemed to work, and I extracted the .zip file onto the root directory of the newly formatted drive (drive G:\ had disappeared at this point) and when I plugged it into my Pi, it started by showing the color screen, with no lightning bolt, then the "Hold shift for recovery mode" screen, but during that screen, a popup showed up saying that the SD card may be corrupted, and when I clicked close (there were no other options) it reported, "Waiting for SD card" and would never stop, giving me no options. I tried to put in in recover mode, but this didn't work either. I gave up and cut power to the Pi, and tried again, but it did the same thing. Is there anything I'm doing wrong? What should I do?
Don't bother with Noobs.
Assuming you are after Raspberry Pi OS (32bit) (previously Raspbian), just use the new Raspberry Pi Imager to re-flash your sd card.